[debian] ssh hangs
Timo Juhani Lindfors
timo.lindfors at iki.fi
Sun Feb 21 15:15:57 CET 2010
"arne anka" <openmoko at ginguppin.de> writes:
> a long time ago i used to experience frequent hangs with ssh connections,
> when using that infamous dropbear.
Does this happen when you ssh to localhost?
> but with an upgrade of sshd a few weeks ago the exact same issue was
> introduced again, after a few lines of output the ssh shell freezes and
> there's nothing to be done excpet killing -- and that's not that easy
Does the client respond to escape sequences? (man ssh and read "ESCAPE
> - what happens? i never found any log entries shedding light. does anyone
> else experience that?
> - is there a way to make ssh connections easily distinguishable with ps or
"ps axuf" should make it easy to associate ssh server processes to the
programs that you are using over ssh and "netstat -alpn" should tell
you which tcp ports these server processes are talking to. If you then
run "netstat -alpn" on the client side you can figure out which client
uses the port associated with the "frozen" connection.
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